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3. R. A.'-B. A. I. 428 



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anuary, 1943 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH ADMINISTRATIONgi 
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT*^' 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL 11 

DECEMBER 1942 




[This publication is issued monthly for the dissemination of information, instructions, rulings, etc., con- 
cerning the worlc of the Bureau of Animal Industry. Free distribution is limited to persons in the service 
of the Bureau, establishments at which offlcial inspection work is conducted, public officers whose duties 
make it desirable for them to have such information, and journals especially concerned. Others desiring 
copies may obtain them from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, 
D. C, at 5 cents each, or 25 cents a year (foreign, 60 cents). A supply will be sent to each official in charge 
of a station or branch of the Bureau service, who should promptly distribute copies to members of his force. 
A file should be kept at each station for reference.] 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Changes in directory _ 101 

Animals slaughtered under Federal meat inspection, November 1942 103 

Meat and meat food products prepared and processed under Federal meat inspection, November 1942. 104 

Summary of tuberculosis-eradication work in cooperation with States, November 1942 .- 105 

Summary of brucellosis (Bang's disease) work in cooperation with States, November 1942, 106 

Biological products prepared under licenses, November 1942 107 

Inspections and tests in the production of anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus under licenses, 

November 1942 107 

Licenses issued for biological products, November 1942 107 

Results of prosecutions for violations of laws 107 

Amendments to Department regulations. ..^ 108 

New publications of the Bureau ..: 108 

Organization of the Bureau of Animal Industry 108 



CHANGES IN DIRECTORY 

Meat Inspection Granted 

t*320. Stadler Bros. Packing Co., 660 Belmont Street, Columbus, Ind. 

*325. Kuhner Packing Co., 1825 West Main Street, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

*331. Roval Packing Co., 1705-1719 North Vandeventer Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. 

J*335. Independent Meat Co., Pine Street; mail, P. O. box 127, Madera, Calif. 

t*339. Midland Empire Packing Co., Inc., P. O. box 1375, Billings, Mont. 

*340. Port City Packing Co., 4905 Calhoun Road, Houston, Tex. 

$*345. Lathrop Investment Corporation, Thirteenth and N Streets, Imperial, 

Calif. 
t*359. Krasn Packing Co., 3290 East Vernon Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif. 
t*362. W. S. Marks, Box 764, Woodland, Calif. 
t*363. Tudesko, Deller & Hansen, Sixth and E Streets; mail, P. O. box 403, 

Broderick, Calif. 
t*365. James Allen & Sons, Third Street and Evans Avenue, San Francisco, Calif. 
i*377. Gold Medal Packing Corporation, 614 Broad Street, Utica, N. Y. 
j*381. Acme Packing & Provision Co., Inc., 9777 East Marginal Way, Seattle, 

Wash. 
*384. American Stores Co., 320 N Street, Lincoln, Nebr., and Lincoln Packing Co. 
J*385. Kenton Packing Co., Columbia Boulevard and North Burrage Avenue, 

Portland, Greg. 
t*422. Malooly & Azar Co., 2510 Grleans Street, Detroit, Mich. 
i:*541. Luer Bros. Packing & Ice Co., 701-731 East Broadway, Alton, 111., and 

Luer Bros. Packing Co. 
$*749. Ruchti Brothers Packing Co., Imperial Highway and Garfield Avenue, 

South Gate, Calif. 
J*771. E. B. Manning & Son, 627 East Beverly Boulevard, Pico, Calif. 
t*773. Cadwell, Kelly & Eisenlauer, Box 615, Hanford, Calif. 
J*774. Globe Packing Co., Inc., 850 North Shoemaker Avenue, Norwalk, Calif. 



tNo sealed cars. 
•Conducts slaughtering. 

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102 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY [Dec. 

t*775. Atlas Packing Co., Inc., 3501 East Vernon Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif. 

J*781. Visalia Meat Co., Inc., Visalia, Calif. . 

i*783. Selma Dressed Beef Co., McCall and Clark Avenues, Selma, Calif. 

*786. Chicago Dressed Beef Co., Southbridge Street, Auburn, Mass. 

t797. Pureta Sausage Co., 324 Alhanibra Boulevard, Sacramento, Calif. 

t*798. Donald S. Compton, Elk Grove, Calif. 

801. George A. Hormel & Co., 1045 Brannan Street, San Francisco, Calif. 

805. Nalley's, Inc., 409 Puyallup Avciuie, Tacoma, Wash. 

809. John Craddock Packing Co., Jefferson Street, Brownsville, Tenn. 

810. Bush Bros. & Co., Clinch Street, Clinton, Tenn. 

t*812. Wolin Packing Co., 3401 Michigan Avenue, Flint, Mich. 

816. The Illinois Canning Co., Hoopeston, 111. 

*819. C. Rice Packing Co., Eastern Avenue and Patton Street, Covington, Ky. 

1820. H. F. Busch Co., 4756 Paddock Road, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

t824. Golden Oak Packing Co., 1233-1235 George Street, Chicago, 111. 

J827. Made Rite Sausage Co., 3353 Second Avenue, Sacramento, Calif. 

J837. Nat Buring Packing Co., 313 South Wagner Place, Memphis, Tenn. 

t*839. Herman Kemper's Sons, 2124 Baymiller Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

i844. Providence Public Market, 267 Canal Street, Providence, R. I. 

J845. Superior Meat Products, 1700 Monroe Street, Gary, Ind. 

$989. K. B. Products Corporation, 123 Columbia Street, Hudson, N. Y. 

997. John W. Thrall & Sons, Inc., Pike and Miller Streets, Sterling, 111. 

Meat Inspection Withdrawn 

599. J. Kieffer SausageXc, 940 Beech Street, St. Paul, Minn. 

Change in Name of Official Establishment 

133. Tobin Packing Co., Inc., Rochester, N. Y., instead of Rochester Packing 

Co., Inc. 
498. Newark Packing Co., Inc., Newark, N. J., instead of Newark Packing Co. 
893. Tobin Packing Co., Inc., Albany, N. Y., and C. A. Van Deusen Co., and 

The Henry^Muhs Co., instead of Albany Packing Co., Inc. 

Grange in Name and Address of Official Establishment 

32. Roegelein Provision Co., 1701 South Brazos Street, San Antonio, Tex., instead 
of Roegelein Packing Co., Saltillo and Brazos Streets. 

Change of Official in Charge . 

Dr. C. J. Morgan succeeds Dr. Bruce Kester as inspector in charge at Hallstead, 
Pa., effective January 1, 1943. 

Dr. C. G. Haber succeeded Dr. F. G. Kneup (on military leave) as inspector in 
charge at Rochester, N. Y., effective December 9, 1942. 

Dr. S. K. Nelson succeeded Dr. C. G. Haber as inspector in charge at Kingston, 
N. Y., effective December 9, 1942. 

Dr. L. E. Barnes succeeded Dr. S. K. Nelson as inspector in charge at Cortland, 
N. Y., effective December 9, 1942. 

B. L. Southwell succeeded S. H. Starr (deceased) in charge of animal-husbandry 
and animal-nutrition investigations at Tifton, Ga., effective November 1, 1942. 

Change of Address of Official in Charge 

Dr. E. p. Barnhart, 205 Customhouse Building, Providence, R. I., instead of 
406 Jackson Building, 511 Westminster Street. 

Dr. F. W. Hock, 330 New Federal Building, Detroit, Mich., instead of 1007 
New Federal Building. . ^^ _, 

G. A. Patterson, care Swift & Co., 307-311 Nutt Street, Wilmington, N. C, 
instead of 335 Customhouse Building. 

New Station 

Utica, N. Y., meat inspection. Dr. Bruce Kester, care Gold Medal Packing 
•Corporation, 614 Broad Street, in charge. 



JNo sealed cars. 
•Conducts slaughterini;. 



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1942] 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 



103 



New Substations 

Alton, 111., meat inspection, under St. Louis, Mo. 
Auburn, Mass., meat inspection, under Boston, Mass, 
Broderick, Calif., meat inspection, under San Francisco, Calif. 
Brownsville, Tenn., meat inspection, under Memphis, Tenn. 
Clinton, Tenn., meat inspection, under Knoxville, Tenn. 
Columbus, Ind., meat inspection, under Indianapolis, Ind. 
Elk Grove, Calif., meat inspection, under San Francisco, Calif. 
Farragut, Idaho, meat inspection (Navy work), under Spokane, Wash. 
Flint, Mich., meat inspection, under Detroit, Mich. 
Fort Wayne, Ind., meat inspection, under Muncie, Ind. 
Hanford, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
Hoopeston, 111., meat inspection, under Chicago, 111. 
Hudson, N. Y., meat inspection, under Albany, N. Y. 
Imperial, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
Lincoln, Nebr., meat inspection, under Omaha, Nebr. 
Madera, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
Norwalk, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
Pico, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
Selma, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
South Gate, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
Visalia, Calif., meat inspection, under Los Angeles, Calif. 
Woodland, Calif., meat inspection, under San Francisco, Calif. 



ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, 

NOVEMBER 1942 i 



station 


Cattle 


Calves 


Sheep and 
lambs 


Goats 


Swine 


Chicago 2 .. .. . 


117, 029 
20, 114 
70, 743 
39, 988 
61, 690 
53, 765 
31, 433 
65, 330 

557, 947 


17, 894 
2,216 

17, 592 

69, 359 
1,929 

35, 124 
669 

48, 058 

307, 934 


3.'57, 331 
42, 385 
96. 516 

258, 897 

139, 902 
71, 030 
92, 801 

157, 353 

909, 827 




565, 048 






43, 947 


Kansas City 




215, 531 


New York ' . 




216. 206 


Omaha. . 




237, 079 


St. Louis 4 - 




358, 535 


Sioux City 




135, 138 


South St. Paul ' 




338, 255 


All other stations 


7,990 


2, 912, 920 






Total: 

November 1942 


1, 018. 039 
940, 863 

11, 364, 966 
9, 941, 488 


500, 775 
475, 694 

5, 284, 023 
5, 004, 269 


2, 126, 042 
1, 424, 318 

19, 450, 088 
16, 553, 975 


7,990 

1,003 

16, 733 
9,128 


5, 022, 659 


November 1941 


4, 560, 843 


11 months ended— 

November 1942 


47, 118, 991 


November 1941_.. 


40, 753, 093 






1 Horses slaughtered: 

November 1942. 










3,393 


November 1941 










3,227 


11 months ended— 

November 1942 










. . 25, 076 


November 1941 










.... 21,772 



> Includes Elburn, 111. 

• Includes Jersey City and Newark, N. J. 

• Includes National Stock Yards and East St. Louis, 111. 

• Includes Newport and St. Paul. Minn. 



104 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 



[Dec. 



MEAT AND MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS PREPARED AND PROCESSED 
UNDER FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION, NOVEMBER 1942 



Product 


Quantity 


Product 


Quantity 


Meat placed in cure: 

Beef. 


Pounds 

7, 089, 224 
267, 199, 684 

4, 147, 37,5 
138, 743, 833 

24, 495, 106 
74, 159, 361 
9, 280, 374 

17, 591, 130 

1,312,939 
19, 213, 395 

19, 080, 613 
73, 460, 834 
29, 086, 860 


Canned meat and meat food prod- 
ucts—Continued. 




Pork 


Pounds 
29, 208, 285 
72, 100, 809 
25,171,746 


Smoked ana/or dried: 


Another 


Beef 




Pork 


Lard: 

Rendered . 


Sausage: 


130,898,310 

109, 124, 990 

358, 234 

14, 679, 362 

8, 290, 230 

92 500 


Fresh, finished 


Refined 


Smoked and/or cooked 


Canned 


To be dried or semldried 

Loaf, headcheese, chili con carne, 


Rendered pork fat: 

Rendered 


jellied products, etc 




Cooked meat: 


Canned 


Beef.. 




11,426,011 
7, 730, 098 

23, 272, 064 
5, 420, 8.33 
1.285,126 


Pork 




Canned meat and meat food prod- 
ucts: 
Beef..... 


Compound containing animal fat... 
Oleomargarine containing animal fat. 


Pork. 


Total 


Sausage 


'1,123,919,986 







1 This figure represents "inspection pounds" as some of the products may have been inspected and re- 
corded more than once due to their having been subjected to more than one distinct processing treatment, 
such as curmg first and then canning. 



1942] 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 105 



SUMMARY OF TUBERCULOSIS-ERADICATION WORK IN COOPERATION 
WITH STATES, NOVEMBER 1942 



state or 
Territory 



Alabama 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut-, 
Delaware 

Dist. of CoL. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts. . 

Michigan 

Minnesota . . . 
Mississippi... 
Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New nampshire 
New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina. 
North Dakota.. 

Ohio 

Oklahoma.. 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania--. 
Rhode Island... 

South Carolina.. 
South Dakota-.. 

Tennessee 

Texas... 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia... 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Hawaii 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands. - 



TotaL 



Tuberculin 

tests during 

month 



Cattle 
tested 



1,834 

1,526 

915 

81, 048 

1, 767 
11,993 
2,660 



4,319 

273 

1,198 

68, 159 

14, 405 

40,002 

649 

3,109 

2,601 

843 
16, 597 

22, 758 

28, 939 

79, 150 

1,964 

3,121 

2,279 

14,300 

397 

4,254 
20, 821 

23 

132, 424 
2,170 
2,074 

22,649 
5,201 

7.699 

37,240 

3,053 

1,722 

19, 139 

375 

15,290 

2,738 

27,734 
6,291 

10, 404 
1,265 

66, 088 
1,738 
4,662 
6,565 





B,425 



Cat- 
tle 
re- 
acted 



298 
6 
1 

42 
3 

19 
101 

7 

1 

15 

1 

1 

17 



1,411 



Total to date • 



Once- 
tested 
' free 
herds 



270, 875 

12. 236 

228, 256 

74, 516 

60,611 

148 

6,348 

15 
40, 779 
242, 587 
,51, 166 
233, 452 
144, 538 

170, 338 
163.647 
148, 764 

43, 552. 

29, 371 

1,061 

207, 014 
188, 116 
260, 164 
237, 707 

72, 999 

134, 887 

3,517 

1. 

1,983 

22, 104 

6,648 

256. 170 
65, 403 

241,500 
276, 267 

217. 171 
159, 035 



57, 450 
73, 339 
294, 899 
282, 815 
87, 105 

5,776 
198. 970 
82, 525 
114,897 
177, 314 
20, 460 
1,800 
62, 519 

419 



5, 734, 407 



Accred 
ited 
herds 



630 
4 



29 
17. 608 
2,141 

2 

.54 

68 

27 

699 

1,301 

462 

193 

29 



163 
14. 250 
20, 695 



680 
4 
61 

20 

33 

2 

16,014 

14, 038 



131, 499 
519 

77 

660 
19 

2,088 
6,816 
2,379 

92 
3 

24 
62 
128 

17, 055 

475 

19 

615 

6,098 

3 









Ilerds 
under 
super- 
vision 



271,445 

12,593 

228, 257 

74, 669 



Inspector in 
charge 



R. E. .Tackson... 
F. L. Schneider. 
A. W. Rice 



H. M. O'Rear- 



60.846 Edgar Heiny 

18.881 R.L.Smith 

O. L. Lockwood. 



17 
67, 656 
242, 681 
51, 270 
243, 498 
147, 750 
194,440 
171.032 
163,867 
148, 804 

43, 817 
43, 703 
21, 328 

207. 087 
189, 085 
260, 183 
239, 687 

73, 033 
135, 277 
3,441 
17,500 
16, 106 

25,450 

138. 633 
256, 689 
68, 003 

242, 25' 
276,317 

217, 190 

165, 851 

2,513 

57, 545 

73, 365 

294, 937 

372, 281 

87, 439 

22, 871 
199, 500 

82, 593 
115,514 
183, 802 

20,472 
1,800 

62, 568 

. 420 



6, 324, 461 



A. E. Wight 

T. n. Applewhite 
W. C. Dendinger. 

F. F. Fischer 

A. K. Kuttler 

W. A. Sullivan... 

J. A. Barger 

Ralph Graham 

E. E. Coshow 

W. A. McDonald. 

B.J. Cady 

O. L. Lockwood.. 
E. M. Aldrich.--. 

C. H. Havs 

W. J. Fretz 

Hartwell Robbins 
E. C. Hughes--.. 

G. W. Cronen 

J. W. Murdoch... 
S.H. Still 

E. M. Aldrich.... 
J. R. Porteus 

F. L. Schneider.- 

H. B. Leonard 

A. A. Husman 

F. C. Driver 

A. J. DeFosset.... 
C. H. Fauks 

S. B. Foster 

J. B. Reidy 

E. M. Aldrich 

W. K. Lewis 

Neil Plank 

H. L. Fry 

H. L. Darby 

H. H. Cohenour.. 

N. H. Howlett.... 

H. S. Miller 

J. C. Exline 

H. M. Newton 

J. S. Healy 

F. H. Melvin 

A. H. Julien 

E. E. Maas 

do 



State ofTicial 



R. S. Sugg, Auburn. 

T. B. Jones, Phoenix. 

Joe S. Campbell, Little 
Rock. 

C. U. Duckworth, Sacra- 
mento. 

R. M. Oow, Denver. 

Claude Jones, Hartford. 

Harry McDanie!, Jr., 
Dover. 

J. V. Knapp, Tallahassee. 
Tom Linder, Atlanta. 
A. P. Schneider, Boise. 
C. E. Fidler, Springfield. 
J. L. Axby, Indianapolis. 

C. C. Franks, Des Moines. 
Will J. Miller. Topeka. 
L. L. Breeck, Frankfort. 
E. P. Flower, Baton 

Rouge. 

D. P. Corbett, Augusta. 
Mark Welsh, Baltimore. 
Jas. DeNormandie, Bos- 
ton. 

C. H. Clark, Lansing. 
Ralph L. West, St. Paul. 

E. S. Brashier, Jackson. 
J. W. George, Jefferson 

City. 

W. J. Butler, Helena. 

J. R. Snvdor, Lincoln. 

W. B. Earl. Reno. 

R. W. Smith, Concord. 

R. A. Hendershott, Tren- 
ton. 

Sam McCue, Albuquer- 
que. 

E. T. Fauldcr, Albany. 
William Moore, Raleigh. 
T. O. Brandenburg, Bis- 
marck. 

F. L. Carr. Columbus. 

D. H. Ricks, Oklahoma 
City. 

W. H. Lytle, Salem. 

C. P. Bishop, Harrisburg. 

R. G. Bressler, Provi- 
dence. 

W. K. Lewis, Columbia. 

R. S. Robinson, Pierre. 

C. E. Kord. Nashville. 

T. O. B.ooth, Fort Worth. 

J. I. Curtis, Salt Lake 
City. 

E. H. Jones, Montpelier. 
H. C. Givens, Richmond. 
M. O. Barnes, Olvmpia. 
T. C. Green, Charleston. 
V. S. Larson, Madison. 
H. D. Port, Chevenne. 
E. H. Willers, Honolulu. 
Fernando A. Villamil, 

San Juan. 
Ralph L. Williams, Chris- 
tiansted. 



' All States are 100 percent modified accredited, 
modified accredited area. 



Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are also in the 



106 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 



[Dec. 



SUMMARY OF BRUCELLOSIS (BANG'S DISEASE) WORK IN 
COOPERATION WITH STATES, NOVEMBER 1942 i 



State 



Ala 

Ariz 

Ark 

Colo_.._ 
Conn... 

Del 

ria 

Ga 

Idaho... 

Ill 

Ind 

Iowa 

Kans... 

Ky 

La 

Maine.. 

Md 

Mass... 
Mich... 
Miun... 

Miss 

Mo 

Mont... 

Nebr 

Nev 

N. H... 
N.J... 
N. Mex. 
N. Y_.. 
N. C... 
N.Dak. 
Ohio.... 
Okla.... 

Oreg 

Pa 

R. I.... 
S. C... 
S.Dak.. 
Teun... 

Tex 

Utah... 

Vt 

Va. 

Wash... 
W. Va.. 

Wis 

Wyo 



Tests of 
blood sam- 
ples during 

month 



16, 918 
832 
9,668 
512 
4,477 
1,971 

13, 167 
5,394 
4,348 
7,457 
1,326 

13, 899 
6,399 
3,988 
4,742 

11,347 

11,570 

211 

8,987 

31, 849 
3,C19 
7,841 
8,925 
2,267 
633 

15, 651 
5,666 
2,377 

12, 094 
9,798 

17, 703 

13, 567 
6,590 

14, 193 
31,177 

324 

2,551 

1,982 

4,096 

7,689 

1,875 

15, 301 

14. 167 

10,611 

5,809 

27, 057 

4,322 



Total 28,890,406,347 



2,400 
108 
53' 
38 
198 
148 
513 
874 
354 
608 
100 
765 
421 
133 
134 

2,103 

874 

8 

833 

1,850 
238 
617 
177 
98 
14 

2,132 
358 
187 
453 
537 
854 

1,174 
317| 

1, 315; 

1,870 
5 
321 
46 
102 
239 
184 
879 

1,184 
877 
650 

1,016 
47 



Tests of herds containing 
reactors 



113 
10 
82 
14 
22 
23 
48 
27 
68 

139 
5 

279 
81 
27 
36 

131 

180 

6 

91 

272 
21 

127 

33 

38 

3 

224 
46 
19 

221 
27 

234 

165 
85 
61 

447 
2 
12 
15 
40 
35 
42 

266 
99 

109 
36 

393 
15 



7,877 

144 

3,994 

384 

902 

403 

5,379 

1,189 

1,424 

3,218 

239 

5,898 

1,427 

884 

2,183 

2,644 

2,323 

187 

1,897 

4,693 

1,187 

2,461 

5,374 

990 

433 

3,024 

1,604 

851 

6, 634 

1,589 

5, 892 

2.944 

3,173 

2,580 

10,328 

163 

43S 

966 

2,023 

4,297 

630 

6,050 

4,207 

4,127 

1,273 

11,163 

2,352 



Reactors 



491 


14 


27 





311 








66 


56 





43 





116 


258 


161) 





277 





34 


290 


17 





1,024 





210 





57 


17 


222 


5 


273 





28'J 


38 





24 


239 


44 


1,090 





95 





331 


45 


28 


354 


12;j 





•W 





411 





70 


17 


.50 


12 


126 


1,157 


70 





711 


102 


583 





195 





223 


3 


1,173 





1 


20 


61 





38 


35 


37 


42 


64 


27 


124 








917 


362 


14 


600 


75 


17 


78 


1,141 





9 


140 



4,469.134,042 11,537| 3,794 22,773 



212 

38 

15 

2,( 

54 

83 

146 



1,318 

658 



255 



110 

2,009 

273 

444 

17 

171 





42 

2,248 



81 



131 

213 

1,362 



1,604 

178 

203 

4.57 

146 

34 

6 

672 

464 

150 

1,250 

2.540 

' 381 

1,774 



97 



31 


64 


1 
1 

65 
8 






21 
2 
5 


26 

19 
4 








100 

25 
5 


17 

18 

9 

7 

"2 


75 
18 
29 
8 




Total accred- 
ited 



767 

9 



22 

453 

348 

262 

29 

2,848 

474 

6,518 

3.414 

396 

100 



269 

3, 835 

83 

3,190 

21 

504 

59 

15 

412 

41 

5, 544 

409 

5 

1,494 

682 

45 

2, 670 

880 



6,586 

37 

80 

165 

478 

1,159 



340 

272 



278 

33, 819 

4 



128, 661 

776 



949 

11,978 

7,143 

16, 937 

2,571 

35, 127 

10. S86 

118. 238 

59. 508 

11,521 

2,054 



4,534 

65,373 

3,490 

63, 405 

652 

11,050 

2, 973 

682 

7,235 

1,760 

48,449 

8,900 

204 

4.3, 813 

28, 134 

3,511 

49.600 

17, 468 



137, 422 

668 

5.623 

3.607 

16.702 

15, 789 



10, 192 

14, 545 



10,290 

668,354 

245 



560 79,016,1,641,019 



141,907 

4,214 

218, 216 

2, 531 

710 

6,416 

2.5, 471 

129,025 

43. 703 

14, 398 

4,775 

28,071 

5.747 

36. 8.58 

64, 287 

17,719 

24, 393 

83 

27. 621 

90,209 

7,721 

85, 834 

2,318 

8,777 

2.30 

11,2.55 

1,241 

10,210 

6,194 

249, 0S4 

54,510 

58. 7.53 

46,644 

104. 231 

76, 358 

89 

38. 426 

2,134 

46, 048 

2.112 

32. 870 

2.775 

190. 931 

68,883 

69, 336 

82.30!) 

3.390 



2,149,017 



102, 215 

1,500 



6,962 



126 



205,458 



27,823 

1.185 

4,403 

2,364 

2,219 

24, 169 



748 



3.342 

20,048 











860 



2,000 





156,680 

51,000 

6,408 



23,043 



4,000 

4,000 

2,000 





83,125 

84,489 





4,673 





823,930 



> Ofhcials in charge of brucellosis work are the same as those listed In summary of tuberculosis-eradication 
work. 
' Nonvaccinated reactors held during the month. 
' Calves in experimental herds not included. 



1942] 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 



107 



BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS PREPARED UNDER LICENSES, NOVEMBER 

1942 



Ant 


i-hog-cholera 


serum 






Period 


Preserved 


Completed 


Released 


Destroyed 




Cc. 
127,127,339 
97, 184, 530 

1, 412, 804, 368 
1, 166, 647, 034 


Cc. 

129, 493, 819 
104, 138, 155 

1, 398, 382, 161 
1, 157, 165, 086 


Cc. 

111,973,800 
65, 156, 350 

1, 426, 963, 470 
1,123,426,570 


Cc. 
740, 078 


November 1941 


466, 556 


11 months ended — 

November 1942 

November J941 .. 


7, 328, 244 
5, 537, 030 







Hog-cholera virus 





Produced 


Destroyed 


Period 


Simulta- 
neous 


Hyperim- 

munizing 


Inoculat- 
ing 


Simulta- 
neous 


Hyperim- 
munizing 


November 1942 


Cc. 

5, 527, 492 
4, 554, 984 

102, 611, 537 
84, 075, 131 


Cc. 
23, 819, 836 
17, 340, 489 

286, 650, 397 
229, 210, 645 


Cc. 

89, 719 
56, 574 

1, 287, 802 
890, 762 


Cc. 

286, 730 
516, 341 

4, 381, 230 
3, 399, 751 


Cc. 
1, 000, 660 


November 1941 


694, 236 


11 months ended — 

November 1942 


12, 288, 049 


November 1941 


9, 125, 154 







INSPECTIONS AND TESTS IN THE PRODUCTION OF ANTI-HOG- 
CHOLERA SERUM AND HOG-CHOLERA VIRUS UNDER LICENSES, 
NOVEMBER 1942 



Period 


Animal 
inspections 


Animal 
rejections 


Pigs in- 
oculated 


Hogs 
hypered 


Tests supervised 


Serum 


Virus 


November 1942 


337, 951 
251, 939 

4, 139, 334 
3, 348, 385 


3,665 
2,612 

51, 656 
40, 215 


26, 834 

20, 862 

373, 477 
298, 734 


17,064 
12, 958 

219, 351 
178, 851 


473 
394 

5,940 
4,845 


173 


November 1941 _. 


132 


11 months ended— 

November 1942 _ 

November 1941 


3,038 
2,609 







LICENSES ISSUED FOR BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, NOVEMBER 1942 

License No. 9-A was issued November 16, 1942, to Lederle Laboratories, Inc., 
P. O. Box 695, South St. Joseph, Mo., for anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera 
virus. 

License No. 163-A was issued November 2, 1942, to Fidelity Laboratories, Inc., 
822 Exchange Avenue, Chicago, 111., for pasteurella-salmonella cholerasuis 
bacterin. 

RESULTS OF PROSECUTIONS FOR VIOLATIONS OF LAWS 

Penalties and fines have been imposed in prosecutions for violations of regu- 
latory laws, as reported to the Bureau, as follows : 

28-Hour Law 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., $100 penalty. 
Chicago & North Western Railway Co., $100 penalty. 
Colorado & Southern Railway Co., $100 penalty. 
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad Co., $100 penalty. 
New York Central Railroad Co., $100 penalty. 
Panhandle & Santa Fe Railway Co. ^100 penalty. 
Pennsylvania Railroad Co. (9 cases), $900 penalties. 

Meat-Inspection Act 

For offering uninspected meat for interstate shipment: 

U. & S. Beef and Provision Corporation, Pittsfield, Mass., $75 fine. (B. A. 
I. M. I. cases Nos. 1950 and 1963.) 



UniVeRSITY OF PLORIDA 




108 BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUS! 3 1262 08852 6610 

AMENDMENTS TO DEPARTMENT REGULATIONS 

The following amendments to the regulations of the Department have been 
issued: 

Amendment 154, covering regulation 1357. 

Amendment (unnumbered) dated November 10, 1942, covering regulations 
1911 to 1917, 4114, 4125, 4126, and 4228. 

Amendment (uniuniibered) dated December 5, 1942, covering regulation 3438. 

NEW PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU 

[The Bureau keeps no mailing list for sending publications to individual employees, but .sends copies 
to officers in charge of stations and offices. These publxitions should be regarded as notification copies. 
So far as possible additional copies will be furnished on request.] 

Circular 543. Two Rapid Methods for Estimating Fineness and Cross-Sec- 
tional Variability of Wool. By J. I. Hardy and H. W. Wolf, Animal Husbandry 
Division. Pp. 16, illus. 

Miscellaneous Publication 194. A Pasture Handbook (slightly revised). By 
A. T. Semple, formerly Animal Husbandry Division, H. N. Vinall and C. R. 
Enlow, Division of Forage Crops and Diseases, Bureau of Plant Industry, and 
T. E. Woodward, Division of Dairy Cattle Breeding, Feeding, and Management, 
Bureau of Dairy Industry. 

Journal Of Agricultural Research Separate A-212. Survival of Sheep Nema- 
todes in Pastures. By Doys A. Shorb, Zoological Division. Pp. 329-337. 

B. A. I. Order 375. Regulations Governing Appraisal of and Compensation 
for Cattle Destroyed on Account of Tuberculosis, Paratuberculosis, or Bang's 
Disease (Brucello.sis). Effective on and after August 15, 1942. Pp. 3. 

Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industrv, 1942. By Dr. John R. 
Mohler, Chief. Pp. 46. 

A. H. D. 54. Changes in the National Poultry Improvement Plan Adopted 
and Recommendations Made at the 1942 Conference in Chicago, 111., June 10-12. 
Pp. 7, mimeographed. 

A. H. D. 25. State Participation in the National Poultry Improvement Plan 
(revised December 1942). Pp. 5, mimeographed. 

Third Annual Report of the Regional Poultry Research Laboratory, East 
Lansing, Mich., July 1, 1941, to June 30, 1942. Pp. 16. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY 

Chief: John R. Mohler. 

Assistant Chief: A. W. Miller. 

Assistant Chief: Hugh C. McPhee. 

Assistant Chief: Harry W. Schoening. 

Assistatit Chief: Paul E. Howe.i 

Business Manager: J. R. Cohran. 

Assistant Business Manager: N. A. Olm.stead. 

Assistant to Chief: D. S. Burch. 

Animal Disease Station: Adolph Eichhorn, Director. 

Animal Husbandry Division: Hugh C. McPhee, Head Animal Husbandman in 

charge. 
Field Inspection Division: S. O. Fladness, Principal Veterinarian in charge. 
Interstate Inspection Division: A. W. Miller, Head Veterinarian in charge. 
Meat Inspection Division' Edward C. Joss, Principal Veterinarian in charge. 
Pathological Division: Harry W. Schoening, Principal Veterinarian in charge. 
Division of Tick Eradication and Special Diseases: W. M. MacKellar, Principal 

Veterinarian in charge. 
Tuberculosis Eradication Division: A. E. Wight, Principal Veterinarian in charge. 
Division of Virus-Serutn Control: D. I. Skidmore, Principal Veterinarian in charge. 
Zoological Division: Benjamin Schwartz, Principal Zoologist in charge. 

' On military furlough. 



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